Some Expected Qualities of an Educated Person

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Assignment on: Ten Expected Qualities of an Educated Person.

Prepared For:
Md. Nurullah Patwary
Senior lecturer,
Dept. of English
East West University, Dhaka
Prepared By:
Abdul Ahad
ID no: 2008-2-10-211
Md. Fattah Ibne Shaheed
ID no: 2008-2-60-013
Jahid Bin Islam
ID no: 2008-2-10-083
Tanuj Chakraborty
ID no: 2004-1-10-119
Ten Expected Qualities of an Educated Person


Human being is considered the best creation of God. But we have to possess some good qualities to become a really good human being. These qualities are a person’s precious resources which will never be exhausted and only give benefit in our daily life. There are many good qualities that one can possess. Here we will be discussing some of those qualities but not in order of importance. These qualities are more or less important and necessary in different stages of life. They are as follows:

• Honesty:

Honesty is the human quality of communicating and acting truthfully related to the truth as a value. Superficially, honesty means simply stating facts and views as best one truly believes them to be. It includes both honesty to others, and to oneself and about one’s own motives and inner reality. It is the volition of the individual not to be displaced from the right way. Honesty has no other alternative.

• Truthfulness:

Truthfulness means to speak the truth habitually. It is one of the greatest human virtues. In fact, it is the essence of all virtues, implying not only truthfulness in speech but also strength of mind, moral courage, honesty, and many other qualities. A truthful man has a clear conscience and does not fear anybody. So it’s important to maintain truthfulness in our every sphere of life.

• Punctuality:

Life is ruled by time. As a result, time always passes by. What only remains are what are done during this time. Only punctuality can ensure the proper utilization of time. Punctuality means doing the right thing in the right time, ensuring the least possible wastage of time. To make life successful punctuality is a necessity. In a metaphorical sense, punctuality is binding time in work and achievements.

• Modesty:

Modesty is the successful outcome of man’s knowledge. Modesty is the expression of gentleness, friendliness, and lawful attitude in man’s conduct and behavior. It is one of the most important and rarest qualities of humans. It is the behavioral and social outcome of a wise and satisfied mind. It ensure the balanced and growth of man’s mind, and spreads it socially in a balanced way. Nothing can substitute the appeal of modesty to his social and mental perfection.

• Patriotism:

Patriotism is man’s inherent characteristic. The love that one has for his country is full of gratefulness, dutifulness, and responsibility. Patriotism is pure love. It is more than human love for other individual human beings. Since all of one’s achievement and wealth are a contribution to him by his country, a patriot never hesitates to give away his wealth, power, reputation even his life for the good of his country. Thus patriotism becomes a part of one’s own identity. To be more specific, the characteristics that ornament patriotism include self-devotion, boldness, simplicity, respect, responsibility, gratefulness, and unselfishness.

• Perseverance:

Perseverance is to continue to do what can never be done. It is the unique precondition to success in life. Perseverance helps us do what we otherwise would consider impossible to do. In the modern world there are competitions in education, economy, politics, science, and even friendship building. Therefore, whatever our goals are we can achieve them by being perseverant. It is obvious that perseverance is needed not only in the individual level, but also in social and national levels.

• Smartness:

Smartness is the ability to learn, think and respond quickly. It is the outcome of someone’s education, family background and religious...
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